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Cambridge.University.Press.Press.Politics.and.the.Public.Sphere.in.Europe.and.North.America.1760-1820.Jul.2002. This page intentionally left blankPress, Politics and the Public Sphere in Europeand North America, –Newspapers are a vital component of print and political cultures, andas such they informed as well as documented the social and politicalupheavals of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. However, despitethe huge influence attributed to them by both contemporary observersand historians, our knowledge of the nature and function of the news-paper press itself remains scant. Press, Politics and the Public Sphere inEurope and North America, – aims to fill this gap by examiningaspects of the press in several European countries and America, bothindividually and comparatively, during this particularly turbulent andimportant period. Contributors explore the relationship between news-papers and social change, specifically in the context of the part playedby the press in the political upheavals of the time. The collection ex-amines the relationship between newspapers and public opinion, andattempts to define their place in the emergence of a ‘public sphere’.  is Senior Lecturer in History at the University ofManchester. She is the author of Newspapers, Politics, and Public Opinionin Late Eighteenth-Century England (), Newspapers, Politics andEnglish Society, – () and editor, with David Vincent, ofLanguage, Print and Electoral Politics – ().  is Lecturer in Modern History at the University ofLeeds. He is the author of French Exile Journalism and European Politics,– (), and has published articles in a variety of journals,including the International History Review, French History, the Journal ofEuropean Studies and Eighteenth-Century Life.Press, Politics and the PublicSphere in Europe andNorth America, –Edited byHannah BarkerUniversity of ManchesterandSimon BurrowsUniversity of Leeds         The Pitt Building, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom  The Edinburgh Building, Cambridge CB2 2RU, UK40 West 20th Street, New York, NY 10011-4211, USA477 Williamstown Road, Port Melbourne, VIC 3207, AustraliaRuiz de Alarcón 13, 28014 Madrid, SpainDock House, The Waterfront, Cape Town 8001, South Africahttp://www.cambridge.orgFirst published in printed format ISBN 0-521-66207-9 hardbackISBN 0-511-03366-4 eBookCambridge University Press 20042002(Adobe Reader)©ContentsNotesoncontributorspageviiAcknowledgementsixIntroduction    Thecosmopolitanpress,– TheNetherlands,–  Germany,–    England,– Ireland,– America,– France,– TheFrenchrevolutionarypress Italy,– Russia,–  IndexvNotes on the contributors  is Senior Lecturer in History at the University ofManchester. She is author of Newspapers, Politics and Public Opinionin Late Eighteenth-Century England() and Newspapers, PoliticsandEnglish Society, – (). She is also co-editor of Gender inEighteenth-Century England (), with Elaine Chalus, and Language,Print and Electoral Politics, – (), with David Vincent.  is Lecturer in Modern History at the University ofLeeds. He has published several articles on the London-based Frenchpress between  and , as well as French Exile Journalism andEuropean Politics, – ().  is Professor of History at George Mason University. Heis author of Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploringthe French Revolu-tion (with Lynn Hunt), The French Press in the Age of Enlightenment() and Prelude to Power: The Parisian Radical Press, – (),and has written numerous articles on the historiography of the FrenchRevolution. He has also edited three books: Press and Politics in Pre-Revolutionary France (), French Revolution and Intellectual History() and Visions and Revisions in Eighteenth-Century France ().  is the A. J. Fletcher Professor of Communicationsat Elon University. He is the author of Colonial American Newspapers:Character and Content () and Debating the Issues in Colonial News-papers (), as well as several articles on the press in eighteenth-century colonial America.  is professor of history at University College, Dublin. Hehas published many works on both French and Irish history, includingThe Newspaper Press in the French Revolution (), Ireland and theFrench Revolution () and The Terror in the French Revolution ().  is Professor of History at the University ofMunich. He works on both German and English history, and amongstviiviii Notes on the contributorshis publications are Natural Law and Bureaucratic Perspectives: Studies inPrussian Intellectual and Social History in the Eighteenth Century (),and Liberty and Licentiousness: The Discourse on the Liberty of the Press inSeventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Britain (). He has also editedThe Transformation of Political Culture: England and Germany in the LateEighteenth Century () and Rethinking Leviathan: The Eighteenth-Century State in Britain and Germany (), with John Brewer.  works in Brussels, where he conducts independentresearch. His publications include ‘“Una scienza dell’amor patrio”:public economy, freedom and civilisation in Giuseppe Pecchio’s works(–)’, Journal for Modern Italian Studies () and ‘Italianexiles and British politics before and after ’, in Rudolf Muhsand Sabine Freitag, (eds.), Flotsam of Revolution. European Exiles inMid-Victorian England (Oxford, ). He is currently working on abiography of the Lombard exiled economist and journalist, GiuseppePecchio.  is Lecturer in Modern History at the Universityof Munich. He has published Bayerns Presspolitik und die NeuordnungDeutschlands nach den Befreiungskriegen (), as well as a number ofarticles on press, propaganda and censorship in nineteenth-centuryGermany. He is also editor of Das . Jahrhundert. Ein Lesebuch zurdeutschen Geschichte – ().   is Professor of Russian and CentralEuropean Studies at the University of Minnesota, where she also co-ordinates the library’s Russian and central European collections. Shehas written a number of articles on print culture in pre-revolutionaryRussia, especially the early nineteenth century, and is editor of Booksin Russia and the Soviet Union: Past and Present ().  is Senior Lecturer at the University of Waikato, NewZealand. He is currently writing a bookon the Ultra-Tories and hasproduced several articles on the influential Dublin University Magazineand on the BrunswickClubs.   is Professor of Modern History at the Universityof Amsterdam. He is the author of Onze Natuurlijkste Bondgenoot.Nederland, Engeland en Europa, – () and Talen van het vader-land. Over patriottisme en nationalisme (). He has edited a number ofbooks, including one on the concept of Fatherland in the Netherlandsfrom early modern times till World War II and one on Dutch lieux-de-m´emoire. . Politics and the Public Sphere inEurope and North America, – aims to fill this gap by examiningaspects of the press in several European countries and America, . page intentionally left blank Press, Politics and the Public Sphere in Europeand North America, –Newspapers are a vital component of print and political
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